Multicultural Day

MCD 2022: Critical Conversations

The Next Multicultural Day Celebration will be on campus as well as online. We will be supplying more details in early 2022. Save the event date: April 12, 2022
Both an invitation and a challenge to engage in complex dialogues with others to find ways to promote intersectionality, alliance, and consciousness of the increasingly diverse world in which we live. 

Native American Heritage Month

LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT

We acknowledge Moorpark College occupies the unceded traditional land of the Chumash people who have stewarded it throughout generations. As we honor the Chumash people with gratitude, we commit to learning how we may be better stewards of this land we inhabit as well. We seek to build relationships with the Chumash community through academic pursuits, partnerships, historical recognitions and community service as these relationships are foundational for inclusive and equitable education and community engagement.

MONDAY NOVEMBER 8

4:00 PM ALAN SALAZAR DISCUSSES HIS BOOK, TATA THE TATAVIAM TOWHEE
Alan Salazar is a Chumash and Tataviam elder. He is also a retired juvenile probation officer, and Native storyteller. Register Now

MONDAY NOVEMBER 15

3:00-4:30 PM INFANTS TO ELDERS: AMERICAN INDIAN HEALTHCARE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Oliver Murray, Youth & Families Advocate from Indian Health Services and Moorpark College nursing faculty, Michelle Dieterich discuss health and healthcare as it relates to Native Americans today. Register Now

 

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